Or, If You Like

Saint Croix, Stephen
July 2003
Mix;Jul2003, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p22
Focuses on the music industry in the U.S. Availability of other legal MP3 music services online; Access of hackers to private iTunes servers to steal their songs; Response of Apple Computer Inc. to the problem by disabling the Internet sharing feature in iTunes.


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